Sydney's Growth Centres

North Kellyville Precinct

The State Environmental Planning Policy (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 (Amendment No.3) (“the amending SEPP”) was published in the Government Gazette No. 158 on 19 December 2008.

This means that the North Kellyville Precinct has now been rezoned from Rural 1(a) to allow a range of residential, commercial and community uses. In summary the proposed SEPP will:

  • provide for approximately 5,185 residential dwellings;
  • provide for retail and commercial development, within one small Local Centre and two Neighbourhood Centres;
  • provide for power, water and sewer infrastructure and local services;
  • protect areas of environmental and cultural heritage;
  • make provision for exempt and complying development provisions in the DCP.

The associated North Kellyville Development Control Plan (DCP) has also been adopted and came into force on 19 December 2008. Copies of the SEPP Amendment, DCP and Indicative Layout Plan may be viewed at the Growth Centres Commission Office or at The Hills Shire Council during business hours.  

The street naming for all proposed streets identified within the North Kellyville Release Area have been reviewed and approved by The Hills Shire Council and the Geographical Names Board.

Fact Sheet - North Kellyville(PDF, 90KB)

North Kellyville Release - Road Naming Map(PDF, 522KB)

Copies of the amending SEPP and DCP are available at planning.nsw.gov.au.

 


 

Box Hill and Box Hill Industrial Precinct

The State Environmental Planning Policy (Sydney Region Growth Centres) Amendment (The Hills Growth Centres Precincts) 2013 was published in the Government Gazette Notification no. 137 on 5 April 2013.

The amendment rezones the Box Hill and Box Hill Industrial Precincts from RU2 Rural Landscape to a range of urban zones under the Standard Instrument Template.  The amending SEPP and DCP addresses a range of matters from zoning, subdivision, dwelling design, exempt and complying development and integrated water management.  In summary, the SEPP will:

  • provide for approximately 9,600 dwellings;
  • provide for retail and commercial development, within one town centre, three villages;
  • provide for power, water and sewer infrastructure and local services;
  • protect areas of environmental and cultural heritage; and
  • make provision for exempt and complying development in the DCP.

 

Box Hill and Box Hill Industrial Precincts Development Control Plan (DCP)

The associated Box Hill and Box Hill Industrial Development Control Plan (DCP) has also been adopted and came into force on 23 April 2013.

Copies of the amending SEPP and DCP are available at planning.nsw.gov.au.

 

Box Hill Road Naming Maps

Box Hill Road Naming Map (Revision F)(PDF, 269KB)

Box Hill Road Naming Map - Precinct A and Part of Precinct H(PDF, 303KB)